The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NtiWS" TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1938 COURIER NEWS COMPIJMENTAEY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit Herman Alston & companion Manila, Ark. —:o tl)*-^ KITZ THEATER —to M«— "GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST" Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Central Ward Parent readier association meeting 3:00 o'clock at school preceded by executive )>oftvd meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Wednesday Brld?e club meeting with Mrs. Hurry klrby. Mrs. N. B. Mcnnnl entertaining the Wednesday Contract club. Ladles' Bible Study of Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. Addlson Smith at 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Armorel Parent Teacher association meeting 2:30 o'clock at school preceded by executive board at 2:00 o'clock. Mrs. Harry W. Jlalncs having the Mid Week Bridge ch|b. Altar Society of the Cliurch of tiie Immaculate Conception spoil? ssrlng bingo party Thursday night tit Catholic Hall at 8:00 o'clock. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Randolph Smith. Mrs. C. W. Aflllok entertaining the Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday contract club meetfny with Mrs. C. P. Blnkemorc. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bhane entertaining Tuesday night Supper club at 7:00 o'clock. Stated meeting of O. E. S. at 1:30 o'clock at hull.. General meeting ' of Woman's club. Woman's club having general meeting at club house. FLAPPER FANNY By.Sylvia " " * * ' ' •• - •* • -. CO^l l»mYtitAttR/ICt, >HC. T.MAi&U.S rAT Off ••'- -• "-4 Bits of New* Mostly Personal ten Rouge, returned to scliool yesterday after having spent the fpring holidays he-re with hej- parents, Dr. uuU Mrs. J. A. Sallta, She waii motored to Memphis by lier brother, Uddlc Sallba. who will return Saturday lo Northeast central college in Monroe, La., where he is u .student. Mrs, O. A. Taut, of Charleston, Mo., is spending thr week w..., her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. liarliiim. Mrs. J. J. Joliiison and Mrs. if. Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Leggett had as their guests Sunday Mrs. I*BB<!||.'K sisters, Mr. mid Mrs. I,, M. l.oggett and Mr. imd Mrs. n, w. Cape Harp spent Ka.sler Ohaidcau. Mo. Miss Ivarena McMlclmel and her mother. Mrs. J. c. McMictmel. who lived line tor many years before Ilicy moved to Lake Providence, 1 a., Imvc returned here (o make IhHr home. They HIT guests of >vas (ilsmisicd from the Blylhevillc hospital today. Mrs. Gray West, ol Manila, was laken lo l|ie Blylhevillc hospital yesterday in a Holt ambulance. Mrs. j. R. McDaniel. of Stcele, is undergo!]!'.; treatment at the Walls hospital. Mrs. Enrl Hopper. Route One, Mis dismissed fran Hie lilythevillc hcspilal today, Mrs. 'Leon Scott, of Cnnithers- \illc, IK a patient at the St. Joseph's hospital. Memphis. Miss Martha Uuise iiarecor. of C'aruthcisvllle. has been admitted to the Memphis DapllsL hospital. Read Courier News Warit Ads. A. K. Wi'li'iiliiimp & Co, Agents Memphis Tout * Aniilns; Co, Call 18V, 158 or 330-W for Free Esli males. Blythevllle, Ark. Mfcs Margaret Pruttl Weds Wallace Shaw, Easter Miss Mars' Margaret PrueU, daughter of Mrs. Carra Pruetl of Armorel, became the bride of Wallace Shaw, son of-.Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Sliav/ pf Arkadelphla, in a ceremony solemnized Sunday night" at church. the Armorel Baptist The Rev. C. li. Bishop read (lie service at the conclusion of Ihe regular Sunday night worship. Many spring flowers were usert , to decorate the church,' Ihe altar of which was bonked in wclgcta Irises, and spires. Floor bassels <v white peonies nnd loft' bowls o. variegated tulips were arranged li the background. Mrs. G. C. Brollicrtoh and Mrs. E. L. Hale rendered the nuptial music. Mrs. Biolherton sane "1 Love You Truly" just before the bridal party entered the church lo the strains of Mendelossolm's "(fa", you've lost your voice! Well, why.didn't you say.so in the first place?" of Maintaining Church Colleges." ilrs. W. A. Dabyns anrt Mrs. E. L. Spradley, \vlio attended Ihe Pres- bylcrial at Morrllton. Ark., n short imo ago reported on the meeting. Mrs. Dobj us H-ns nppointed lo serve oa the nominating committee al .he Prcsbs'lcrial. PI ins were made for coring far Ilio ministers \vhu arc expected lo airivc todny to attend Ihe Presbytery whlcli convenes here lonlghl before Circle One of which Mrs. Babcock Is leader served refreshments. To Have Hireling The Business Girl's Circle of (he First Methodist church will me«t Thursday nlghl at. the home of Miss Mary Grace 11111 at 8:00 o'clock. Everyone who is planning lo attend the meeting will meet at the church at 1:30 o'clock, It' hns nrmoimcrH. been wedding march, played by Hale. Mrs. Officers tlcclcd. Mrs. J. C. Ellis was elcclei! president of flic Woman's Conncl! of the First Christian church al a luncheon meeting of that groiir yesterday at the home of the Rev and Mrs. George W. Patterson. Other officers elected were: Mrs A. n. Wctcnkamp, vice president Mrs. Charleo Wood, secretary W. O. Geurin, treasurer The bride's only attendant was Mrs ' Miss Ruth Ryan, who was dressed Mr ;; T ;" O wtstbrook? lr.','"mcrarj in plnfc taffeta and wore a corsage secretary, or.blue svveetpeas. l" Re - d roscK were use( | as the ecu The bride was gowned In a blue terpicces of Iho small (allies a imported, organdie, the bodice of which lunch was ten-eel the 25 nst nifilit Ilic home of Mrs, i. P. l-'riend when Mrs. W. H. Clio 'er, Mrs. M. T, Burr and Mrs. 'red Fowlfiv were also hostesses. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. Glove)-, first vice president; Mrs. \1. T. Burr, second vice president; Jeffries, third vice president; Mrs. II. F. Shenrlti, 'oiutli vice president; Mrs. Roscoe Drnfton. reporter. The firoup captains clcclcd were: Mrs. W. J. Wnnderllch. Mrs. Alvln !lardy, Mis . Clarence Kohvyck, Mrs. Jim Tompkins, Mrs. Jolm Tyrone. Mrs. Carl Davis . A socinI hour followed the l>usi- cfs session at which time a sandwich plate and iceil drinks were served ty the hostesses. Have Easier t'fp Ilimf. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar skinner en- lertnlned at aii Easter egg hunt Sunday in honor pf the nine sdi- denls of Miss Lcnore Norman, who teaches at Sevppel, and three Blythevllle children. The eggs were hidden over the lawn of Hie county jail In the morning, am! after (he hunt, the children enjoyed n picnic lunch. In the afternoon the children plnycd games. Bwcurcnecii, of Memphis. They were iiccompaiilcd home by Mru. Lcgtelt's mother, Mrs. N. E. P»rks. out) ho niece, Miss June Leggctt. who had teen visiting here since Thursday. Mrs. Dick Lewis, or Carutheis- vlllc, spent yesterday here with I friends. Among tlic Armorel people who were In Dycss Friday for the meeting of Ihe Mississippi County Wo- mtin's Missionary Union association were: Mrs. T. B. Talc,' Mrs. C.' Bishop, Mrs. D. R. Garner, Mrs. li. C. Bluckwell, Miss Helen Anderson, Mrs. Wallace Shaw, Miss Anne Bluckwell. Mrs. W. O. Wilson and Mrs. W. L. Smith. Miss Mary Spain Usrcy, who at- Icnds the University of Mississippi returned lo Oxford yesterday after having spent her spring holidays here wllh lici mother, Mrs. M. b. Usrey, she WHS motored to Memphis ycslcrdiiy by Mrs. Tom A Little, who went down to spend the day with Mr. Little who Is ill in (he Methodist hospital there. Miss Tisha Smith spent Ihe week end in Caruthersvlllc where she visile;! friends. Byron Rhodes Morse, a student at the University of Arkansas at Fayetlevillc, who has been spending his. spring vacatio'u here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. nyron Morse, returned lo school ycster- their daughter sister, Mrs. , . toy Head, mid family, until they are settled. At the Hospitals A daughter was lions this morn ng ill the Blylhevillc hospital Mr. and Mrs. Lon Priiett, Roulc One. Angelo Child, who was injured In a car accident Sunday nlghl, Mrs. Sbaw Comnlhuenletl Mrs. Wallace sluiw. who was before her mnrrbje Sunday Miss Margaret ['ructt, of Armorel. was complimented at an afternoon parly and miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon given by Miss , r I Helen Anderson and Mrs. C. L. day. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale were called to Whltcsburg, Tenn., because of the death' of Mrs. Halo's father. Sam Grigsby, who died yesterday 1 . Mr. nnd Mrs. Whit Goodman and daughter, Lee, of Memphis, who have been the guests of Mrs. Goodman's parents. Dr. and Mrs" F. D. Smith, returned to their home this afternoon. Howard and Hal Moore, who spent their spring vacation here with their parents, Dr. and Mrs L. H. Moore, and family, returned yesterday morning to Louisiana State University nf Baton Rouge where they arc students. Mr. i and Mrs. Don Smith, who spent 'tlie Buster holidays here will tlieir parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E Keck and nr. and Mrs. P. D. Smith returned lo St. Louis yesterday where Mr. Smith attends the denta school at St. Louis Universiy. Mr. and Mis. Lainnr Budgets Miss Lcnore Normnn, Mr. nnd Mrs O. B. Ward, of Ecyppsll. nnd Mrs n. L. Gwnltncy, of Osccola. wen Pol your figuie problem in rfi« Viands of this capable, caicfully Itaincd woman. Lei her show you how easy il ii to have an alfractive figufe through ihe Chans method of peiionalized figure improvement. Airange now for a lice figuie analysis In the privacy of youi own home. 'Phone 01 write. SIRS. C. P. M1CHAKI, 1405 W. Ash Street ISlylhcville "Exclusive Distributor for Mississippi County" 'I'OO LATH TO CI.ASSIFV , Wanted lo Kent / T In flcilraWe neighborhood, four V>r 5 five room unlinnlshed apart-" incut. Mr. Clark, Sterling's Store. 10-pk-32 On/I Everything for your enter (ainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc '& 26e Admission Nl^ht ISc tc 36o Watch Society Page 01 Courier News For Free Show Guests TONIGHT RIALTO PRODUCTIO FOR A GOOD TIME A common lliicl of plcusure is constipation — a sly thief thai robs you in unexpected ways. It steals; not only your energy, but also your good spirits. It .steals your appetite for food, and for pleasure too. Next, time you have the symptoms of constipation, try Black-Draught. Right off, you'll like Iho refreshing relief it brings. You'll find that it does not, upset the stomach, because it acts only in the colon where waste is stored. There are scientific reasons for the superiority of Black-Draught. Us most active ingredient—medically known as "an intestiiifil tonic laxative" — has been tested and approved in medicine for centuries. Insist OH purely vegetable Black-Draught. Buy a package from your dealer today, to have on hand when you need a really good laxative. BLACK-DRAUGHT3 The Gift of ctiic Cookeiy • » t the guests of Mrs. Gwaltney's daughter, Mrs. Edgar Skinner, and' Mr. skinner. Sunday. Miss Vera Ealibii, who iitlcnds Louisiana State University al Ba- which was designed along the lines gucsls. Spring (lowers decorated of the antl helium period with the house. pulled sleeves and a long full skirt.. Following luncheon, Mrs. George She carried a bouquet of Talisman W. Barhain led the devotional and roses. Mr. Shaw was attended by Hen- Mrs. J. C. Lowe offered the opening prayer. Tn the Miorl business ry Brinkley, of man. Upon their return Osceola, as Deal mctling cnndncted by (he retiring .president, Mrs. J. D. Smith. B com from Ihcir niltlee. \vas chosen to meet bridal trip, they will make their the Youth Council lo make plans lor their supper and playlet which home at Forty and Eight where Mr. Shaw is engaged In farming. To Have Bake Sale Circle Three of the First Methodist, church mil sponsor a bake sale Saturday at 311 Main street, the former Pat O'Bryant building, beginning at 10 o'clock. Proceeds from the sale will go into the church. building lund ol the Miriionary Society Meets Eighteen members and two visitors of the Woman's Missionary society ot Ihe Lake Street Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. George Dyslnger yesterday a!- t«rnoon for a social meeting. Ihe visitors were Mrs. Floyd Weliman and Mrs. H. G. Cowan, of ifanila. Mrs. O. .1. Rodgcrs was In charge of the devotional and the study lesson which was taken from tli« study book, '«eiulldin ? Rural America". Mrs. Cowan gave a reading of "The First Settlor". At the conclusion, of the program. relrcshmenis were r.crved by the hostess. Have I Mils Kmnia Knle PJclmds was leadei of Ihe program un "The- Church College" at, a; mMing o the Woman's Auxiliary of " lh First Precliytcrian ch'.u-ch ycsterdaj eftsfnoon at the ehurcli when 2 members were present. Following the devotional given by Mrs. D. C. McLean, Miss Richards talked on '-The Importance hey are lo have the last of April. ,Irs. Charles Wood. Mrs. W. O. ;curin, Mrs. Z. A. McCuislon, were ippolnkd lo Ihis committee. Mrs. Charles Glngerlsh uas chosen lo direct the play. Study Africa. "Africa" vvns the subject ol Ihe program presented <U tlif mcot- ng ol tile Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baplisl church vhrn 08 members and seven vki- lors met at the church ycslcrday aflcraoon. Mrs. Malt Monttghnn began the irogram by discussing 'Two Wuys n Temptation." Following a prayer by Mrs. Alvin HuHman and a •jolo by Mrs. Paul L. Tipton. Mrs. Kendall Eerry drew a comparison r>et\vcen "Africa, Fifty Years A?o" and "Africa. Today." The negro glee club sang several nujnbers at Iho conclusion of which Mrs. Harvey Me Call f poke "Golden Gleam. Alrica To-' morrow." Prayer by Mrs. 11 .11. Brocks preceded a <alk on "Afri?a In America." by Mis. Irene Taylor. Tho program was concluded by a hymn, "Bitngitig in (lie Eheavcs" and a prayer by Mr.>. H. Attrarlive pro^iam^ hi the shape of Africa cut [rnm black construction paper and -srittfn on in white j \? Bishop at Ihe Anderson home all Bnrfleld. ' Spring: flowers an-angcd around j Ihe house were (he background for' the games and conlesU which were played by the 45 guests. Mis. E. W. immons and Mrs. John Ross re- cu-c.^ prhes in Hie contests which were based on Hie bridal theme. They presented Ihcir gifts to the guest of honor. A dc.sscrl course of ice cream and cuke was served in the late afternoon. Read Courier News want Atls. GRAND DADS Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today OAK LUMBER For Sale—100,800 fl. of scod hill oak lumber delivered at very low prices. 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